The Spanish online player, who goes under the pseudonym JOSE M, started 2010 by walking away with €800.527 in the first week of January.
The lucky punter managed an incredible eleven wins on four individual slots: Thrill Seekers, Desert Treasure, Lotto Madness and A Night Out. JOSE M celebrated the single largest triumph, €227.875, when gambling at A Night Out on January 6th. He has gained a top place in the casinos history of winning players. Playing slots as a Casino Tropez Flash client and Casino Tropez Mobile has made this Spaniard a wealthy man who may try other games at the casino such as video poker, roulette and blackjack, all offering serious jackpots and major fun. Casino Tropez Mobile provides initial depositors a £3.000 Welcome Bonus, together with other prizes, such as a 20% match, up to $1.000 bonus, for all deposits made via cell phone. Casino Tropez Mobile is powered by the PlayTech technology, with safe and secure access 24 hours a day seven days a week and is promoted by Euro Partners. Casino Tropez Mobile was recently crowned the ‘Top Mobile Gaming Platform' - winning the Gold Award at Gambling Online Magazine's celebrated ceremony in London. Euro Partners is a leader in the industry this affiliate marketing company provides the highest yielding online games. Casino Tropez Mobile is one of the latest additions to the Euro Partners brand. It's association with one of the strongest casinos online Casino Tropez makes it the most favourable mobile casinos available. Casino Tropez Mobile offers you a selection of nine different slot and card games as well as an option for "Practice Play" or "Real Money Play". The sign up process is easy and fast and you may login with your existing Casino Tropez username and password. Individual download per game is available and is faster than your PC. In the new age of online gambling, the mobile casino has proved profitable for JOSE M and many others who enjoy the freedom of being able to play wherever you want, whenever you want.

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Just about a week away is the big game when the best that American football has to offer gives us a chance to place our bets. The Super Bowl is being played in Miami Florida and it is always a punters favourite in North America and around the world.

The New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts will duke it out on the gridiron February seven 2010. The odds are in already but each wager is still s personal choice with lots of things to bet on from the coin toss to the point spread it can be a fun gambling time for the sports enthusiast. The betting odds on the Super Bowl 2010 are tight and bettors will have to work this time around to make the easy money. In this the 44th edition of the Super Bowl the spread, along with the lines, are as tight as it gets for such a prized competition. Currently the Indianapolis Colts are considered the favourite to win the game with odds -230 and the New Orleans Saints are underdog with odds +190. For those who are new to NFL betting, the -230 odds on the Colts mean that a bettor must wager $230 to win $100, while the odds on the Saints says that a player will get $190 for every $100 wagered if New Orleans wins the Super Bowl this year.

It will be very interesting to watch as

Peyton Manning, a New Orleans native son and the NFL's dominant player at 6-foot-5, 230 pounds, take to the field as quarterback for the opposing team the Indianapolis Colts. Fans of the game see this as an ironic twist of fate that couldn't be more of strain on the loyalties. This is a match up that is sure to get the Saints fans fired up while Manning is there to spoil the fun and take the Colts to a victory. Since Katrina New Orleans has been getting itself back on track and the Saints are showing the rest of America that it can be done. Nothing has provided quite the boost that the Saints' ascendancy has done for New Orleans.

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In the USA there are many contradictions in regard to the idea of legalized online gambling. The USA has many venues to gamble, such as the world class Las Vegas and of course the well known Atlantic City casinos, and in many states online betting on the horses and lotteries is common. New Jersey, the host of much gambling activity may be the first state of the union to offer legal online gambling to it's residents.

A sports wagering bill is being considered by Atlantic City lawmakers that if approved could result in New Jersey being on the leading edge of changes coming rapidly in the country. Competition is strong with Pennsylvania and California currently planning their own forms of legalization of online gambling within their respective borders.
Which state will offer legal casino gambling favourites such as poker, blackjack, roulette or slots, is anybody's guess at the moment with each state waiting to see what the other does and how they do it.

Reasoning behind the proposed bill is that the law does not reflect the reality that exists now. According to statistics there are currently 500,000 online poker players in the state of New Jersey. State Senator Raymond Lesniak says, "we're missing out on around $100 million in revenue". Adding, "It would be a big boost to the casino industry in Atlantic City. It's a bold move, and in this economy we need bold moves." With an estimated annual tax bite of twenty percent on the gross revenues from online casinos that would add significant revenue for cash strapped jurisdictions. There are the usual concerns that online gambling in New Jersey will lead to more problem gamblers but there are those who think that once regulated it would be easier to help those with troubles. The New Jersey Casino Control Commission said it would open a new online division to oversee licensing and operations for the new operators.



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The Remote Gambling Association was established in 2005 as a result of a merger between the Association of Remote Gambling Operators (ARGO) and the Interactive Gaming, Gambling and Betting Association (IGGBA). Since then the organization has played an important role in the online gaming industry. The RGA represents most of the world's largest licensed, and market listed remote gambling firms and provides the industry with a single voice on all the issues of importance to regulators, legislators, and key decision makers globally.

The RGA and it's 28 members are committed to promoting a regulated and non discriminatory environment for responsible licensed operators. The Remote Gaming Association has released a 170-page report recently containing the results of a study on the relationship between online gambling, sports, and corruption. Contained in the report, it asserts sports corruption from gambling influences is overblown with other significant factors contributing to the breakdown of the integrity of the industry. The report found that sports has no need of funding from online gambling operators to fight corruption. In the report the RGA states that supporting an already well funded cause such as sports operations is adding an extra burden to an already highly taxed industry.

Clive Hawkswood, of the RGA, said that the gambling industry already contributes $4.75 billion each year to European Union sports. Adding, "In fact is it something of an irony that this figure would be even higher if so many EU Member States had not decided to ban advertising and sponsorship by private sector gambling operators," The RGA press release said that "whilst engaging with the sporting movement, they have not engaged with the licensed gambling industry to any meaningful degree, and as such those policymakers are in danger of producing unilateral and flawed policy decisions in this area." The RGA claims it's report is factual and makes the request that legislators consider actual evidence in making decisions.






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Microgaming has partners in every sector of the online gambling industry but one that is becoming increasingly important because it is growing so fast is Spin3 a specialist associate in the mobile gambling sector. Matti Zinder, chief of Spin3 has inked an Eastern European deal for a mobile casino with gambling company Rocketspin. The agreement includes the industry's first use of NetWallet, a secure WAP mobile billing facility in that region of Europe.

Zinder, commented, “Eastern Europe is a hugely exciting region offering great potential for growth. The market is virtually untouched with a strong desire from consumers for mobile casino games and entertainment.”

The system enabling players to deposit money into a virtual ‘purse’ using Premium SMS where the player is billed through the operator will be pivotal in making this offering viable. Integration with WebMoney allows players to buy pre-paid credits online or at any WebMoney terminal. A player’s payments will then be processed and transferred directly to their mobile casino account and can be used to play at any time. Mr. Zinder added, “It is only through innovation and technological development that we can enable our clients, like RocketSpin, to access new and lucrative markets. We are the only mobile casino solutions provider to offer a secured WAP mobile payment solution specifically for Eastern Europe.” It is a fact the market in Eastern Europe is a largely untapped one that is ready for the industry. Eastern European countries are making moves to attract online gambling and the revenues that can come from it if regulated. Smart operators are going in that direction as was seen recently in the new agreement between the Greek operator Lex Online Entertainment Limited, and Dragonfish, the B2B division of 888 Holdings. The offering is aimed at territories in the South and Eastern European market.

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The latest gadget to come off the inventor's bench recently is the Apple iPad.Steve Jobs Apple's co-founder and current CEO has introduced the new devise to the world. It is being hailed as one of the coolest little communications and entertainment machines available to the everyday consumer. Jobs described as being “So much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable than a smart phone.”

This is another example of Apple being ahead of the consumer smart world that is demanding a more tactile feel to the business and entertainment machine environment we live with today. On November 5, 2009, Jobs was named the CEO of the decade by Fortune Magazine and is a very successful entrepreneur to say the least. The good news with this new offering by Apple is the effect it will have on the enjoyment of online gambling. Available everywhere from the end of March, and the price basically within most peoples reach at about 500 dollars or so for a basic 16GB Wi-Fi model. Sharing pictures, watching video, communicating via e mail, reading ebooks and browsing the web are the applications that the iPad are best at.

Desktop computer, a laptop, or a mobile phone are the only ways to access online gambling at the moment but as the new devise becomes common more people will be able to get close to their game and feel comfortable while playing. The advent of new technology always brings applications and with iPad the punter doesn't have to download software to play. Developers will be creating more and more games that can be played with the touch screen features. This would make for much more realistic tactile games where the sweep of your finger could move your chips or the wave of your hand could fold your cards. Wishful thinking and consumer demand will eventually bring these applications to the market place. Online gamblers will be watching with interest.

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Francaise des Jeux, the state gambling monopoly, and Lucien Barriere, the land-based casino group, have reportedly teamed up to release an online poker room. As French internet gambling slowly becomes a reality the online gambling industry is watching with great interest as various scenes unfold. This particular partnership between these companies is getting a lot of attention. The pre-existing software agreements, that Francaise des Jeux has with Cyberarts, a U.S.A. based poker software provider may be looked at by corporate lawyers in search of infringement suits. It is suggested that the French government has encouraged Francaise des Jeux, to partner with Barriere in order to take advantage of new legislation. Barriere launched a 3D casino last year called LeCroupier at considerable expense. The Cyberarts contract will be watched intensely by Intralot, a large Greek lottery company that holds a 35% stake in Cyberarts. With the play already in motion it won't take long for the legal eagles to crunch the words and look for problems. Cyberarts has a proven track record for successful poker software applications where as the Barriere has no experience in the field.

The European Gambling and Betting Association and the Remote Gaming Association of the U.K. are definitely not happy with the French situation. Both organizations are watching with an intense gaze the unfolding of the French legislation on online gambling. Existing online poker operators are concerned with the partnership as it poses a serious threat to their offerings. The partnership deal represents a very large consumer base that could spell a competitive advantage over smaller operations in France. The French Senate Finance Committee’s legislation is controversial in so much as the representative gambling groups don't think that the rules that are coming provide fair, free and open markets for E.U. member states. The RGA has even threatened to take legal action if the present law is implemented and Stanleybet has already initiated legal action with regards to the new French law. The RGA has stated that the bill is “disproportionately restrictive and anti-competitive”



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The European Union's Advocate General has brought down a decision on the betting case involving Winner Wetten before the Court of Justice in the E.U. that will have far reaching effects on the online gaming industry there. The decision was that E.U. law holds primacy over national legislation, confirming that the primacy of E.U. law over national legislation was without exception and did not allow a transitional period for nations to comply with E.U. law. This implies that all member nations must immediate put a halt to national legislation that excludes E.U. compliance laws. The European Gaming and Betting Association, has applauded the decision, EGBA Secretary General Sigrid Ligne said the organization welcomes Advocate General Bot's decision. Winner Wetten, a German company accepted bets on behalf of an online betting service provider Tipico Co, based and licensed in Malta. The E.U. court considered North Rhine-Westphalia´s law on sports betting in force in 2006 to be inconsistent with the freedom to provide services as interpreted in the Gambelli legal precedent. The Advocate General said that inconsistent legislation was "inappropriate for the protection of consumers." The different German states are at odds on the issue of online gaming and this opinion by the Advocate General will clarify that there is support for the online gambling industry claim of inequality among European member states. Ligne also said opening another debate, "We agree with the conclusions of A.G. Bot. Essential is A.G. Bot's confirmation that it is detrimental to consumers to have national gambling legislation that doesn't offer consistent and systematic protection. Many Member States do not have consistent and systematic gambling legislation; this opinion clearly strengthens our argument." It still remains to be seen whether any dissenting member nations of the E.U. will comply with clear cut and needed fairness rules. Countries that do not follow the set program for online gaming are slow to respond and risk fines for their inconsistent behaviour. Fines may not be enough to make them do the right thing, at least not right away.




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The online gambling industry is generally a very competitive industry. It is a business that is very busy keeping everyone happy. It at times seems to lack a soul because it deals in cold hard facts numbers and money. The other side of the online gaming industry, it's compassionate side becomes fully apparent when there is a call for help. Right now we all are painfully aware of the help Haiti needs. With quick action a lot for suffering can be avoided in that country.

Founder of Bodog Calvin Ayre has been encouraging the online gaming industry to donate as much as they can by promising to match donations from a number of online gaming groups. Ayre hopes to raise $1 million for Oxfam's relief efforts and donate it after the affiliates’ convention in London on January 28th.

Party Poker has organized an upcoming charity tournament to raise money for the people of Haiti. Full Tilt Poker and Poker Stars have lead the charge with their tournaments already. With Party Poker the entirety of the tournament fees matched by the registration fees are going to the Disasters Emergency Committee, a group of 13 humanitarian organizations in the UK. This organization has a track record for disaster relief with efforts such as 390 million BPS raised for the tsunami tragedy in South East Asia.

DoylesRoom has also donated all of the tournament fees from a January 20th event and also matched bounty money generated in the site’s popular $50,000 guaranteed tournament. These are but a few of the companies that are doing what they can to help the effort. Even the players are very involved. People are donating and pledging a portion or all of their winnings to the relief needs. As the death toll rises and the need for food, water and shelter increases, more money will be needed so please do your best and make a donation no matter how small. Several hundred thousand dollars have already been donated let's help make that number grow.





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Does Isildur1 have any alternative legal recourse to recover the money lost playing poker last year to Brian Hastings? This is a question that is probably on a few backers minds and it is speculated that jurisdictional issues could prevent Isildur1from bringing forth a claim.

After a lost of $4M to a competitor who later admitted that he cheated the interesting Swedish poker professional said that he would be making a formal complaint to Full Tilt Poker officials. Isildur1 has yet to reveal his true identity, and it is most unlikely to do so. Isildur1 a Sweden national, has chosen to remain anonymous in the hope of avoiding paying the large taxes imposed in Sweden on his online gambling winnings.

This great player did a lot of good for the game of poker by raising the bar just a little higher each time he played. In his prime Isildur1 took in over $5million in winnings within two months of playing at Full Tilt. Isildur1 would accept all challenges and was frequently seen challenging the world's top online professionals including Tom Dwan, Patrik Antonius and Phil Ivey, in heads up action, together, all at once.

The questions started coming when Hastings' revealed to the press that he beat Isildur1 by using a report prepared from a database of hand histories using hands played by himself and fellow poker players Brian Townsend and Cole South. It was noted that compiling a database of hand histories is considered cheating, and the collection of such information is a violation of Full Tilt Poker's End User License Agreement.

Isildur1 will not finish last, it may take a little time but it is a sure thing a poker player with the skill he has will be back. High stakes poker is the most exciting to watch. It's do or die with the edgy drama few have the nerve to stand. Isildur1 says he will return probably this time with his own table where he can invite players to a challenge.









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